What’s new in H2? — Our Quarterly Global Tour Of Key Projects
Few doubt that hydrogen is a major source of fuel for the future — now it’s a question of how to produce it in even more efficient, adaptable and affordable ways.Ca m'intéresse
How is ENGIE working on the future of energy?
Michael E. Webber, ENGIE’s Chief Science and Technology Officer recently spoke to Jennifer L. Schenker from The Innovator about the transformation of the energy sector. Here are some highlights of this interview.Ca m'intéresse
A single molecule to produce directly hydrogen from sunlight?
Making solar a viable alternative energy source is about maximizing both input and output: how to absorb as much sunlight as possible, and how to transform the light into usable sources of power. A research team at The Ohio State University has developed a breakthrough molecule that promises to do both, offering a more direct path to turn sunlight directly, quickly and efficiently into hydrogen fuel.Ca m'intéresse
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